YD’s Who Said It? where we post a quote and you guess the person who said it. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments! This edition is brought to you by the powers of music that be and your inner hairbrush microphone rock star. One of these rock and poppers feeds his healthy habit [...]
This edition is brought to you in honor of anyone who has been affected by addiction (Yoga has been recognized as a positive and healthy practice on the road to recovery) and by former Hollywood bad boys who've since made good. Er, who have at least made an effort. Here we go!
Today’s quote is brought to you by the honorable chef Julia Child who would have turned 100 today, and who's known for her inspiring and outright hilarious quotes like "Cooking is like love; it should be entered into with abandon or not at all" and "I think every woman should have a blowtorch."
Welcome to YD's Who Said It? a fun game where we post a quote and ask you to guess the person who said it and share your thoughts in the comments.
According to the American Medical Association, 80 to 85 percent of all human illness and disease can be attributed in part to stress. Over two-thirds of all office visits to physicians are for stress-related illness.
Actor and overall laid back dude, Woody Harrelson, shares his grounded point of view and working style, something he also shares with the cast of Bullet for Adolf, his new off-Broadway show that he co-wrote and is directing in collaboration with his old pal Frankie Hyman.
"Yoga does things with the human body that defy the imagination." Fidel Castro, leader of Cuba not shy of opinions shared his thoughts about yoga in his front-page editorial of the country's state-run Granma newspaper.
Yoga breaks have become the new coffee/cigarette breaks. Ellison encouarges employees to take mini yoga timeouts throughout the day.
0-year-old British actress Sienna Miller, whom we've seen in movies ('Alfie,' 'Factory Girl') but perhaps know best from tabloid coverage of her romance and public fallout with fellow actor and yogi Jude Law, will try prenatal yoga, but damn it if you try to get her to stand up straight.
"I never used to stretch. I feel I can perform better when my body is stretched out. I've been thinking about doing yoga for about five years. I finally decided it was time to try it." Champion boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. shared with the press on Tuesday his secret weapon. Yoga.
"It's the same kind of place you go when you take a power nap. Most people wouldn't put drumming and meditation together because drumming can be loud," says Rusted Root founding member Jim Donovan, just in case you
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"I've had the same New Year's resolution for, like, a decade, but I really think I'm going to do it this year. I always say I should do more yoga." Chris Evans
"Ever since one particularly clenched day of columnizing years ago, when I found myself curled up on the floor of my house davening, I’ve tried various remedies for the ravages of stress: better nutrition, caramels, gym, green tea Popsicles, kavakava, kale, kombucha, cupcakes, chocolate, chardonnay — sometimes in concurrent combinations. The one that works best [...]
"It's just doing a lot of cardio and extremely watching what I eat. I stopped lifting big weights and I'm doing yoga." Says 41-year-old actor and Scotsman, Gerard Butler, adding him to the long list of Hollywood hepcats doing their yoger to be fit. Uh, this Gerard Butler? Quite a shift from his 300 days, [...]